Why we do the things we do: a discussion and analysis of determinants of just treatment in layoff implementation decisions

@inproceedings{Gilliland2003WhyWD,
  title={Why we do the things we do: a discussion and analysis of determinants of just treatment in layoff implementation decisions},
  author={Stephen W. Gilliland and Donald H. Schepers},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract We present a model to explain the variation that exists in how individuals are treated (e.g., notice and explanation provided) during corporate layoffs. Propensity to treat individuals justly and costs and constraints that limit just treatment in a layoff situation are discussed at the organizational and managerial levels. A survey of human resource (HR) managers ( n =543) was used to examine predictors of layoff informational justice (e.g., advanced notice, method of informing, and… CONTINUE READING

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